No one can deny the social and ideological shifts that are rocking Israeli society, propelling its steady continuation towards increased extremism. Indeed, we find that those who were formerly among the ultra-conservative are now considered moderate pragmatists, were they to be compared to those who are leaping into [Read more]
When President Xi Jinping visited, he said that the Chinese dream — and the American dream — is that of all people in the world, saying that all these beautiful dreams are “xiang tong.” Literally “xiang tong” has two meanings, the first being similar. In this case, the similarities between the two [the [Read more]
Must we wait for Obama’s arrival in Senegal to be the most democratic, cleanest, safest country?
On Wednesday, American President Barack Obama called for a big reduction in nuclear weapons in order to build a world of “peace and justice.” It was during his speech in front of the Brandenburg Gate in the German capital, Berlin, which was a symbol of division during the Cold War. However, Moscow rushed to [Read more]
Where was the outcry by the US European ally over such unwarranted practices including the most recent scandal of US National Security Agency (NSA) spying on millions of people using social media and internet technology in the name of trying to catch terrorists?
The collapse of the Syrian revolution means a great failure of the West after the Cold War
John Kerry: “The world’s largest democracy [India] can play a central role in helping the government of Afghanistan improve its electoral system and create a credible and independent framework for resolving disputes. Talks between India and Pakistan in the energy sector are a welcome step and both countries can [Read more]
Palestinians need a leader who can stand tall in the shadow of Mahatma Gandhi, Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., and Nelson Mandela. We need to turn nonviolence into our weapon of freedom.